|Educational Degree||Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)|
|Subject Domain (in DDC)||Technology ♦ Buildings|
|Subject Keyword||Construction Engineeing|
|Abstract||As the height of buildings goes on increasing in this modern era, it has become increasingly important to understand their behavior in real life situations. Under such conditions, the building which is idealized as a simple frame comes under various loads and acts both statically and dynamically.Commercial available software package such as STAAD-PRO offers methods and mechanisms to study the behavior of structures under various types of loads which simulate the real-life conditions. The main drawback of such commercial software packages is their high-costs and the inability to modify them according to our own use. The main reason behind the latter is the closed source nature of the software in question.This project aims to perform static analysis on simple frame using the toolbox developed in the MATLAB environment. The project also aims to develop an open source toolbox based in MATLAB environment to perform static and earthquake analysis on simplified frame structures. All the data obtained from the toolbox are compared to that obtained from STAAD-PRO|
|Education Level||UG and PG|
|Learning Resource Type||Thesis|
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